Duke ready to build after snapping losing streak
Updated: September 20, 2007, 5:32 PM ETBy Jorge Milian | Special to ESPN.com
After breaking the nation's longest losing streak -- 22 games -- with a 20-14 victory over Northwestern, Duke coach Ted Roof had one message for this team: Let's do it again.
"Obviously, we're happy with the [victory], but to put it in perspective, it was just one game," Roof said. The Blue Devils, who face Navy on Saturday in Annapolis, Md., haven't won two games in a row since 2003, when they defeated Western Carolina and Rice.
AP Photo/Jerry LaiDuke had plenty to celebrate in winning their first game against a Division I-A team since Nov. 2004.
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